FSCC along with CU Wireless, a CUSO of MaPS Credit Union, Salem, Ore, announced the release of MyCUAnywhere, offering mobile text banking capability to members of all CU Service Centers affiliated credit unions.
Northwest credit unions made it on to a distinguished top-10 list recently for the number of its credit unions operating in-school branches. Ranked seventh and ninth, respectively, Oregon boasts eight credit unions operating branches in 34 schools, while there are nine Washington credit unions operating branch offices in 25 schools across the state.
One of the most intriguing similarities among credit union management teams is their lack of awareness with regards to the wide disparity between top performing investment portfolios and bottom performing investment portfolios.
How can a member challenge a garnishment of an account that contains a protected payment that was not found during the look back period required under the rules from the Treasury for Garnishment of Accounts Containing Federal Benefits Payments?
Oregonâ€™s Northwest Chapter of Credit Unions is holding its first meeting of 2011 focusing on how current economic trends will affect credit union operations, and you are invited.
In 1988 Kasey Rockwell began her credit union journey as a teller at First Tech Federal Credit Union in Beaverton, Ore., an experience that gave her a solid understanding of the important role credit unions play in the lives of everyday people.
Two credit union chapters—one in Oregon and one in Washington—are hosting March events you don’t want to miss. And the registration deadline for the Southern Oregon Chapter event is tomorrow, Friday, March 4.
The Central Oregon Chapter of Credit Unions will hold its spring meeting on Thursday, April 14, at the Comfort Inn, Bend, Ore.
The stateâ€™s credit union chapter presidents and boards should begin preparing to submit their applications to the Washington Credit Union League Chapter Excellence Program to be considered for the 2010 Chapter of the Year.
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